>just finished my cs degree
>did a lot of project in various language i think favorite are java and C
>today company calls me for a j2ee job
>close to my home and very good salary (50k €)
>remember what /g/ told me about java
did i make the right decision? it was one month ago and im still a neet now
is java for entreprise even bad?
Can we discuss how much Electron fucking sucks?
Just look at the Twitch desktop app; the installer is fucking 105MB. Then there's atom.io, (a fucking notepad, mind you,) which is also built with Electron, and its desktop installer is MOTHERFUCKING 161MB. A TEXT. EDITOR. 161MB INSTALLER.
How can you possibly make something THIS bloated? And even worse, how could you think this is acceptable? Are 2017 devs really this retarded?
atom isn't really all that big, it just needs dependencies which make the installer seem big. This is multiplied if you are talking about windows
This is going to take over the world.
Holy Moly. I might be paranoid, but serious now:
I accidentaly allowed all Scripts in my browser via noscript, but only YouTube was opened, so no big deal, i just disabled every script the side doesnt need to work.
Only a little before that, i critically commented some videos about CIA, writing about facts many people dont know. About 1 minute after i blocked all the Scripts again, i got a fucking blue screen.
What happened, might this have something to do with what i think?
How come Lisa Su's mom lets her have all those cores?
What is the best android browser and why it is Firefox Focus?
This is the language of the gods.
When we'll get rid of the outdated IPv4 in favor of the clearly superior IPv6?
When the ISPs decide to jew us all with CGNAT IPv4 unless you pay an extra $20 per month for a business plan
ipv6 is a mistake because nats provide security allow you to be anon
imagine if you are outside trying to attack a target and they are a hotel using ipv4
from the outside you have no idea how many addresses or where traffic is going because its all subcategories of the original WAN adress
with ipv6 every client in the lan has their own WAN address and is directly accessible from outside
how do you fix an sd card that does not appear on the computer folder but appears in >computer management and >device manager >Disk drivers
I have t-mobile LG v10. i bought it from a friend, and he said it was unlocked, and i had been using it for an year or so. It did had some t-mobile bloatware, which i could'nt remove, and i was ok with it.
During this time t-mobile rolled out Android 6.0 update for it, i installed it and everything was fine and dandy.
Yesterday i updated it to android 7.0, and now my sim card is not recognized. I tried putting in a different carrier sim, but it was'nt recognized either.
A cursory search on the internet has shown hat apparently my only options are buying an unlock code from some shady websites, or asking t-mobile to give me an unlock code.
i was wondering what if i root the device? would that remove this lock?
Any help would be appreciated.
could you please test it a bit?
A CHINK ALL SHOOK UP BY A LITERAL POO
>Graduate with a BSc in Computer Science
>still don't know how to program
>applying for jobs
>Minimum 2 years working experience
>Job description: Internal tech support
Ignore the years of experience and other requirements. If the job looks like you can do it, just apply.
Before you do that, learn to fucking program. Build stupid shit, or go to a bootcamp. Otherwise your CS degree was a waste.
+30% on tdp
-5% in fps
its official intel wont recover till 2022